- As he mentioned in the State of the Union address, President Bush would like to give scholarships to what type of students in underperforming schools to allow them to choose the private or public school they’d like to attend?
- Minority students
- Poor Students
- Students performing above average
- Students who’d been held back a grade
- True or False: The government in Athens, Greece, has declared a seven day mourning period following the death of Archbishop Christodoulos.
- Georgia law currently exempts what type of drivers from the seatbelt law?
- Pickup truck drivers
- Drivers over age 65
- School bus drivers
- Taxi drivers
- President Bush said he will give the most importance to this in his last year of office.
- The war in Iraq
- Overhauling Social Security
- $300 in scholarships to poor children
- Stimulating the economy
- True or False: Mayor Jim Newberry stated in his State of the Merged Government Address that he believes Lexington has far too few minority owned businesses.
- True or False: According to the article about the state budget in Tuesday’s City/Region section, a large part of the reason why Kentucky jails are so crowded is because of the war on drugs.
- Chief Justice of Kentucky Joseph E. Lambert will announce Wednesday that legislation will be filed that would open what type of courts to the public?
- Juvenile criminal proceedings
- Child protection hearings
- Assault cases
- Anything involving a previously convicted sex offender
- What company has risen to the top in terms of global vehicle production?
- General Motors
- What UK basketball player was named the SEC’s player of the week for Jan 21-27?
- Patrick Patterson
- Perry Stevenson
- Ramel Bradley
- Derrick Jasper
- True or False: Children who don’t get enough sleep are likely to become overweight and have behavioral problems.
1. b; 2. b; 3. a; 4. d; 5. a; 6. a; 7. b; 8. c; 9. c; 10. a.
Quiz written by
Taryn Mynear, UK student
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